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Launched 19th May 1997


Occupancy 2435
Tonnage 78491
Length 915
Total crew 765
Space ratio 32.2

South Pacific

To: Pacific

Alaska Sawyer Glacier

To: Alaska

South Pacific

To: Pacific

South Pacific

To: Pacific

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  • Ben And Jerry's Ice Cream
  • Edelweiss Main Dining Room
  • Windjammer Cafe


  • Casino Royale
  • Champagne Bar
  • Fantaseas Teen Disco
  • Moonlight Bay Lounge
  • Schooner Bar
  • Shall We Dance Lounge & Nightclub
  • Theatre

Health and Fitness

  • 2 Swimming Pools
  • 6 Jacuzzis
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Shipshape Fitness Center And Spa


  • Adventure Ocean Youth Facilities
  • Optix Teens Center
  • Shopping


  • Card Room
  • Library

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See what our forum has to say about Rhapsody of the Seas (216 posts - 27 threads)

Rhapsody of the Seas


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Royal Caribbean

Owned by Royal Caribbean International, the Rhapsody of the Seas has a total passenger capacity of two thousand, four hundred and thirty-five, with a host of friendly staff on board to help make your stay comfortable. On board the Rhapsody of the Seas you will find a variety of elegant and airy dining rooms to choose from, with lots of amenities to make the most of. There is an open atrium with shopping facilities, which makes this a great place to indulge in a little retail therapy. You will also find plenty of themed bars and lounges on board, each of which offers you a unique atmosphere to recline in. If you feel like unwinding in style, there is a day spa that offers a variety of treatments, with a fitness centre to work out in. There are also six whirlpools to choose from, making it easy to relax here!

Latest cruise reviews for Rhapsody of the Seas

Rhapsody of the Seas to Alaska September 2011 was superb!

by WoodsPorts (October 2011)

My wife and I (first-time cruisers together) took the last cruise of the summertime 2011 Alaska season and we were totally satisfied. The boarding process from Seattle was simple: there is a dedicated cruise-ship facility at Pier 91 (even some Seattle residents don't...

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Booze blues

by tappy (January 2011)

Booze blues. Our experience was the absolute "it's all too hard" attitude for us to have a few bottles of our pre-paid wine packages delivered to our room on a regular basis. First we had to have a table number. We did not ever use, and had no reason to use, the dini...

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Shake Down Cruise (with some bumps)

by Quiltsalad (January 2011)

Calling this a Shake Down cruise because it was the first cruise for Royal Caribbean on this route through South East Asia. Started in Singapore with stops in Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and ended in Hong Kong. Let me preface by saying that we had a wonderful time ...

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